Like lasers or integrated circuits, microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) are a disruptive technology, which enhances existing systems and enables new applications. MEMS have had an increased presence in the consumer market, with a significant number of commercialized devices such as motion controlled handhelds, airbags deployment systems, environmental sensors and microphones.
Professor Nabki is currently seeking motivated graduate students (Master’s or Ph.D.) that have experience in MEMS design and fabrication to implement novel integrated MEMS sensors and actuators for applications touching RF electronics, environmental sensing, inertial sensing, non-destructive testing, photonics and energy harvesting. Knowledge of MEMS modeling using FEM design tools such as ANSY, Comsol or Coventorware and clean room experience are assets.
Interested candidates can send their CV to Prof. Nabki (firstname.lastname@example.org).